Jet Airways Is Testing Mobile Boarding Passes At Selected Airports

To make the airport boarding process hassle-free, Jet airways has been rolling out a pilot project to test the mobile boarding passes on its flights. The India based Jet Airways is running this project in association with the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) and Bangalore airport.

The project is going on currently in its trial phase. In this phase, passengers would be allowed to use barcoded boarding passes on their mobile phones. Using the barcode, they can enter Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport (KGIA) and pass through security and board their flight.

In its first phase, project is being carried out on selected Jet Airways flights from Bengaluru to Mumbai and Delhi on a trial basis.  If the project passes the test and becomes functional, it’ll remove the need for paper boarding passes and fast tracks departure process.

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As a pilot project, mobile boarding pass scanners have been installed at the entrance of the terminal and security check points of the Bangalore international airport. The mobile boarding pass has been designed by team Jet airways engineers and adheres the stated guidelines of IATA.

-Jet Airways Is Testing Mobile Boarding Passes

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